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  • Has anyone ever had a follow up oral psych interview? Its been about 5 months since I've been on review, just did mini medical two weeks ago completing the process and was just called yesterday to schedule a follow up interview. Anyone know if this is a good or bad sign?

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    • ViceCity86
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    • vicparedes93
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      Maybe it has to do with your list number?? Who knows, you never really know with the psych department they might even call you this to week to schedule.

    • ViceCity86
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    • rb1152013
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      do some reading on this forum

  • Does anyone know how this process works ? I completed everything so far. I emailed my pysh dr and he told me that “A preliminary decision has been made. The next step is the review process where another pysh will review the decision” I called Candate relations for an update and they said “your on review and they will be making a decision soon” does this mean I’m getting a DQ? I’m in the process of state trooper and waiting on MTA police as well but I wanted Nypd since it’s local. But I am not trying to have a DQ on my file. Can someone please shine some light as I’m going thru this headache.

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    • 1337feetc
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      Decision has been made means a dq. A Dr has decided to dq, now a supervisor is reviewing it.

    • Wardfd12
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      It's definitely a dq? How do you know this?

    • 1337feetc
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      A nopd is basically a notice of proposed disqualification. You're given 30 days to respond to a nopd ( you get a lawyer / and or psych doctor at this point. If you don't fight it/ respond within 30 days you get DQ. So it's basically very similar, some people get DQ when their lawyer requested their files. It is really a matter of winning the fight and getting the decision overturned.

    • PRNY
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      Thanks. I got the "a preliminary decision has been made..." email about 10 months ago, and been on review ever since. Does it always mean the psychologist is recommending dq?

  • What is the likelyhood of getting an NOPD if you have completed everything but currently on psych review? I missed October for psych review, now a possiblity I may miss January's class. Should I think about withdrawing at this point?

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    • rb1152013
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      Completing everything means nothing. It's impossible to tell you how likely you are to be DQ'd without knowing anything about you. It's possible, that's all anyone here can tell you. There's no point in withdrawing at this point. If you want to withdraw after receiving a NOPD (if you do receive one) then that's up to you.

  • Hey all, just wanted to give an update on my status and give some helpful information for others to use on here. Been on psych review since May and just had a follow up interview with my psych doctor last week. If anyone is wondering if a 2nd interview is a good thing it typically is and was pretty much the first thing the doctor said to me when I got in there. Simply she stated I called you back to clarify a few things. The 2nd interview will revolve around what you were put on psych review for. In my case she asked me every single question from our first interview as well in which she compared and contrasted the answers. The 2nd interview was much longer and much harder then the first. So if you do end up getting a 2nd interview don't panic, its a good sign and an opportunity to prove why you're fit for the job.

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    • 1337feetc
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      Agreed .
      I was cleared after my second interview which was insanely hard. Let us know the results when you check in your status. 0/

    • vicparedes93
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      Will do, hopefully will find out this week. Ill keep everyone posted.

    • FERNAND001
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      I Will be getting a second interview as well. Thanks for the info Vic.

    • vicparedes93
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      Good luck Fernando, wishing you the best of luck. Youll be fine.

  • I was in psychological review for 10 days and it feels great to be out lol for anyone in review just gets the documents they ask and be patient. wish the best for everyone.

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    • Is there any method to when they conduct the residency check/neighbor interviews? I had my 2nd oral psych interview exactly a week ago and just had investigators interview my neighbors today. Not trying to read into things too much but if she dq'ed me I couldnt imagine them still coming out to where I live. Can anyone chime in on this?

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      • ViceCity86
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        To me it sounds like they are getting ready to hire you.

      • Vista
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        No..... one hand doesn’t know what the other hand is doing. Welcome to Civil Service.

    • Good morning everyone, want to share my whole psych review experience with everyone. First and foremost, do NOT be discouraged if you get put on psych review and take everything you read on this forum with a grain of salt. There is a ton of good information on this forum but most of it is not very accurate. I spent hours reading this forum and could have sworn I was done for. With that being said I was put on psych review back in May and thought my chances for getting into NYPD were done. Flash forward to last Monday I got a last minute call to show up for a follow up oral psych interview the next day. Just got the call this morning from my investigator telling me I was cleared and to come in to redo my finger prints. Long story short, stay positive and stay resilient. I know being kept in the dark is discouraging but Psych Review is not the end of the world!! Sorry for the long read, anyone who is In my position I wish you all the best just stay positive and keep yourself occupied!

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      • PRNY
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        Thanks so much for this. Were you ever told a preliminary decision has been made etc?

      • vicparedes93
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        Nope in the 6 months I was on review I called one time to check my status and they said I was still on review. Never called back after that and then got the phone call for my 2nd interview last week. Had the interview on Tuesday and still didn't call to find out my status lol. Got a call this morning from my investigator telling me to come in to redo my finger prints and she notified me that I was qualified. Im not sure how accurate this is but from my understanding if they tell you a preliminary decision has been made that means the psych doctor initially deemed you unqualified. But again, I don't know how true this is this is just what I've read from people on this forum.

      • PRNY
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        I wish I did the same and never asked. Thank you for all the info.

    • Has anyone ever received the dreaded "a preliminary decision has been made..." email but was able to get off psych review eventually? Without dq?

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      • Apparently I’m getting a “NOPD” letter in the mail and the main reason was “i talked too much” an inside source told me. Therefore I will not be getting a second interview , so do I withdraw or actually appeal and spend $$$ on a lawyer.

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        • rb1152013
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          I'm willing to bet your 'inside source" never caught the slightest glimpse of the psych files. Do you really think your psychologist wrote down, or will write down, "Reason for disqualification: He talked too much"

        • vicparedes93
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          I agree with rb, psych is not allowed to discuss anything with anyone outside of that department. Talking too much is the most nonsense thing I have ever heard and even if that was the case its probably only part of the reason why you may be getting a NOPD.

        • Vista
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          Talked too much..... probably meant you inadvertently dug yourself into a hole. The DQ won’t say talked to much but likely will harp on what OP actually said.

        • Vista
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          As far as inside sources..... psychs not talking to others about the files, yeah technically that’s correct. But realistically Psychologists and Uniformed MOS / Investigators talk pretty damn candidly. Straight up, three weeks before I recieved my NOD / NOPD I reached out to a 2 Star Chief. He called back within a few minutes with a lot of details- basically told me my psych DQ was nonsense and to appeal it- and that since it was already signed there was no way around it. At the end of the day, I didn’t get into NYPD- but a smaller agency on Long Island (where I will make a lot more money). Had I not appealed the NYPd decision I’m confident I wouldn’t have gotten my current job.

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        • That what they told me that was the main reason. I have a clean record as well. I worked for a federal agency and now i work for the city. So i don’t know what else am be on my record , i just don’t want a DQ for my permit file. Just trying to find my way to actually withdraw on my own I

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          • FERNAND001
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            They'll give you an option to withdraw once you recieve your NOPD email.

          • MrBigHead
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            There's a combination of things that goes into these decisions. Just having a clean record or working for the city already isn't a guarantee. The bad thing is you won't know why you're getting the NOPD unless you appeal. That's when your file is sent to the psych doctor you retain and they will be able to look through the notes.

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          • Vista
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            Yes. They sometimes run a backfill list.

        • Just got called for a second psych interview. Has anyone gone through it if so what do they focus on?
          Last edited by Freddy3319; 12-31-2018, 09:53 PM.

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          • rb1152013
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            Try reading a few pages here. You’ll have your answer

          • vicparedes93
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            read my response from the page before this one, any questions pm me.

        • Long time since I’ve been on this. Willing to help anyone who needs advice. Was Dq’d fought it, now OTJ for a few years now. Seems like a lot of yall think its the end of the road, its not. Just DM me I’ll get to yall asap.

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          • Vista
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            How long you have on now?

          • NYPDhopeful13
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            Vista On the job for 4 years

        • Good morning I am new to this, but have been reading the forums for quite some time. I have took 3 NYPD exams: 7323, 7326, & 8339 over the past 2 years. Currently I am on psych review for the 7323 exam n have been since November 8th 2018. At the end of my oral psych, the doc told me to get 4 forms filled out for 4 different therapist, however one therapist said she wasn’t signing off on anything bcuz she hasn’t seen me in 2 yrs. I explained to him that I was only able to get 3 filled out. I was worried so I decided to give APD (sgt Brille) a call on dec 27th 2018 to see what was going on with my status. I got informed that the psych doc has made a preliminary decision that “i do not meet the qualifications as a police officer”, but I am still being held on psych review bcuz a supervisor has to make the final decision. I am devastated by this bad news. I have been comtemplating on if I should just wait for them to send me an email saying I’m disqualified n appeal it or just let it go n ask to be placed on the next exam list 7326 being that I scored really high with a 95. Keep in mind I just turned 35 years old.

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          • rb1152013
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            Couldn't you have just sat down with the therapist again to have an up-to-date session so that he/she would then feel comfortable signing off on it?

          • MrBigHead
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            CARRIER30 If you were DQ'ed on 7323, you can process for exams 7326 and 8339 but psych will probably uphold their decision. Especially since not much time will have passed between your DQ's. Sounds like your only option considering your age is to appeal or withdraw. On the plus side I think since you're on multiple exams you have "time" to decide what you want to do. For instance if you want to appeal but can't afford it right now you could withdraw from this current exam. Then process and appeal on the other exam

          • Vista
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            The DQ will be automatic on future exams for three years. Even after that it’s gonna be a red flag. Your best bet is to wait it out and appeal.

          • Bravo16
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            Vista are you sure a psych d.q is automatic for 3 years or it permanent? If so can you please provide proof. I would like to know if it's true.

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